Footage shows drone pilot an impressive maneuver pass through a futuristic metal tower. Denis Meglić flew with his drone through a futuristic art installation without collision in a park in Croatia. He posted a video of the complicated exercise and the caption: "That's all! Most heavy dive I have ever done! & # 39; The images caused reactions to Instagram, with many positive words about his technique
Leah Mcdonald for Dailymail.com
23:22 EST, January 11, 2019
3:36 AM EST, January 12, 2019
A drone pilot did an impressive maneuver by leading the object through a narrow metal tower without collision. Denis Meglić flew with his drone in a park in Croatia and led his equipment through a futuristic art installation without crashing.
A drone pilot did an impressive maneuver by guiding the object through a narrow metal tower (photo). He posted a video of the complicated exercise on Instagram along with the caption: "That's all! Most heavy dive I have ever done! With my spotter @ zedooo. & # 39; The images generated a lot of reactions to Instagram with a lot of praise for Meglić's technology, because drones are difficult to navigate. Drones recently hit the headlines after a stoppage of operations for a few hours at two busy metropolitan airports. Around 760 planned trips were canceled at London Gatwick Airport, just a few days before Christmas, when festive plans failed for 110,000 people who stayed behind at the airport. On Tuesday, at least 100 flights with at least 15,000 passengers were delayed just a few weeks after Gatwick had been maimed during Christmas.
Denis Meglić flew his drone in a park in Croatia (photo) and guided his equipment through a futuristic art installation
The images generated a lot of reactions to Instagram with a lot of praise for Meglić & # 39; s technology, because drones are difficult to navigate
Denis Meglić (photo) has been operating drones for years and has learned some pretty impressive maneuvers. The drone was seen the previous day above Heathrow, with grounding rays in case he was sucked into a motor or hit by the windshield of an airplane. interrupted rockets and detectors were promised in the aftermath of the chaos that paralyzed services in the run-up to Christmas. And the authorities suggested that other countries could take such measures to prevent possible similar incidents in the future.
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